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Latex Foam Rubbers

1985-01-01
HISTORICAL
J17_198501
These specifications and methods of testing apply to cellular-rubber products known as latex foam rubbers but do not apply to sponge and expanded rubbers. The base material used in their manufacture may be natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic rubber, or rubberlike materials, alone or in combination. In case of conflict between the provisions of these general specifications and those of detailed specifications or methods of test for a particular product, the latter shall take precedence. Reference to methods for testing cellular-rubber products should specifically state the particular test or tests desired. The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J17 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1055, SAE J17 will be eliminated in the year 2005.
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Latex Foam Rubbers

1979-07-01
HISTORICAL
J17B_197907
These specifications and methods of testing apply to cellular-rubber products known as latex foam rubbers but do not apply to sponge and expanded rubbers. The base material used in their manufacture may be natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic rubber, or rubberlike materials, alone or in combination. In case of conflict between the provisions of these general specifications and those of detailed specifications or methods of test for a particular product, the latter shall take precedence. Reference to methods for testing cellular-rubber products should specifically state the particular test or tests desired. The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J17 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1055, SAE J17 will be eliminated in the year 2005.
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Latex Foam Rubbers

2009-10-15
CURRENT
J17_200910
These specifications and methods of testing apply to cellular-rubber products known as latex foam rubbers but do not apply to sponge and expanded rubbers. The base material used in their manufacture may be natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic rubber, or rubberlike materials, alone or in combination. In case of conflict between the provisions of these general specifications and those of detailed specifications or methods of test for a particular product, the latter shall take precedence. Reference to methods for testing cellular-rubber products should specifically state the particular test or tests desired. The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J17 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1055, SAE J17 will be eliminated in the year 2005.
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Latex Foam Rubbers

2003-05-08
HISTORICAL
J17_200305
These specifications and methods of testing apply to cellular-rubber products known as latex foam rubbers but do not apply to sponge and expanded rubbers. The base material used in their manufacture may be natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic rubber, or rubberlike materials, alone or in combination. In case of conflict between the provisions of these general specifications and those of detailed specifications or methods of test for a particular product, the latter shall take precedence. Reference to methods for testing cellular-rubber products should specifically state the particular test or tests desired. The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J17 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1055, SAE J17 will be eliminated in the year 2005.
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Sponge and Expanded Cellular Rubber Products

1979-12-01
HISTORICAL
J18_197912
The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J18 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1056 (Vol. 8.01), SAE J18 will be eliminated in the year 2005. This SAE Recommended Practice covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. The base material for an open/closed cellular product may be made of synthetic, natural, reclaimed rubber, or a mixture, and may contain other polymers or chemicals, or both, which may be modified by organic or inorganic additives. These elastomeric materials have properties similar to those of vulcanized rubber, namely (a) the ability to be converted from a thermoplastic to a thermosetting state by crosslinking (vulcanization) and or (b) substantial recovery of their original shapes when strained or elongated, or both.
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Sponge and Expanded Cellular Rubber Products

2000-12-01
HISTORICAL
J18_200012
This SAE Recommended Practice covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. The base material for an open/closed cellular product may be made of synthetic, natural, reclaimed rubber, or a mixture, and may contain other polymers or chemicals, or both, which may be modified by organic or inorganic additives. These elastomeric materials have properties similar to those of vulcanized rubber, namely (a) the ability to be converted from a thermoplastic to a thermosetting state by crosslinking (vulcanization) and or (b) substantial recovery of their original shapes when strained or elongated, or both. Extruded or molded shapes of sizes too small for cutting standard test specimens are difficult to classify or test by these methods and will usually require special testing procedures.
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Sponge and Expanded Cellular Rubber Products

1988-08-01
HISTORICAL
J18_198808
The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J18 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1056 (Vol. 8.01), SAE J18 will be eliminated in the year 2005. This SAE Recommended Practice covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. The base material for an open/closed cellular product may be made of synthetic, natural, reclaimed rubber, or a mixture, and may contain other polymers or chemicals, or both, which may be modified by organic or inorganic additives. These elastomeric materials have properties similar to those of vulcanized rubber, namely (a) the ability to be converted from a thermoplastic to a thermosetting state by crosslinking (vulcanization) and or (b) substantial recovery of their original shapes when strained or elongated, or both.
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Sponge and Expanded Cellular Rubber Products

2002-04-19
HISTORICAL
J18_200204
The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J18 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1056 (Vol. 8.01), SAE J18 will be eliminated in the year 2005. This SAE Recommended Practice covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. The base material for an open/closed cellular product may be made of synthetic, natural, reclaimed rubber, or a mixture, and may contain other polymers or chemicals, or both, which may be modified by organic or inorganic additives. These elastomeric materials have properties similar to those of vulcanized rubber, namely (a) the ability to be converted from a thermoplastic to a thermosetting state by crosslinking (vulcanization) and or (b) substantial recovery of their original shapes when strained or elongated, or both.
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Sponge and Expanded Cellular Rubber Products

2006-06-29
CURRENT
J18_200606
The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications has concluded, that in light of the fact that SAE J18 is a mirror image of ASTM D 1056 (Vol. 8.01), SAE J18 will be eliminated in the year 2005. This SAE Recommended Practice covers flexible cellular rubber products known as sponge rubber and expanded rubber, but does not apply to latex foam rubber or ebonite cellular rubber. The base material for an open/closed cellular product may be made of synthetic, natural, reclaimed rubber, or a mixture, and may contain other polymers or chemicals, or both, which may be modified by organic or inorganic additives. These elastomeric materials have properties similar to those of vulcanized rubber, namely (a) the ability to be converted from a thermoplastic to a thermosetting state by crosslinking (vulcanization) and or (b) substantial recovery of their original shapes when strained or elongated, or both.
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Latex-Dipped Goods and Coatings for Automotive Applications

1997-08-01
HISTORICAL
J19_199708
These specifications cover dipped goods and coatings made from compounded latex. Products manufactured from this material include boots, coated clips, coated sponge parts, and coated fabrics for automotive applications. The compounds listed in Tables 1 and 2 are grouped into classifications based primarily on physical properties which are prescribed in the tables. These values, together with any additional requirements, indicated by suffix letters in the grade designations as described in Section 3, define the properties of the compounds after vulcanization. These values apply to test specimens obtained from standard laboratory dipped films prepared in accordance with procedures described in the applicable ASTM test methods. Test results from finished products may not duplicate the values obtained from standard test films.
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Latex-Dipped Goods and Coatings for Automotive Applications

1980-11-01
HISTORICAL
J19_198011
These specifications cover dipped goods and coatings made from compounded latex. Products manufactured from this material include boots, coated clips, coated sponge parts, and coated fabrics for automotive applications. The compounds listed in Tables 1 and 2 are grouped into classifications based primarily on physical properties which are prescribed in the tables. These values, together with any additional requirements, indicated by suffix letters in the grade designations as described in Section 3, define the properties of the compounds after vulcanization. These values apply to test specimens obtained from standard laboratory dipped films prepared in accordance with procedures described in the applicable ASTM test methods. Test results from finished products may not duplicate the values obtained from standard test films.
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Latex-Dipped Goods and Coatings for Automotive Applications

1985-01-01
HISTORICAL
J19_198501
These specifications cover dipped goods and coatings made from compounded latex. Products manufactured from this material include boots, coated clips, coated sponge parts, and coated fabrics for automotive applications.
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Latex-Dipped Goods and Coatings for Automotive Applications

2005-08-22
CURRENT
J19_200508
These specifications cover dipped goods and coatings made from compounded latex. Products manufactured from this material include boots, coated clips, coated sponge parts, and coated fabrics for automotive applications. The compounds listed in Tables 1 and 2 are grouped into classifications based primarily on physical properties which are prescribed in the tables. These values, together with any additional requirements, indicated by suffix letters in the grade designations as described in Section 3, define the properties of the compounds after vulcanization. These values apply to test specimens obtained from standard laboratory dipped films prepared in accordance with procedures described in the applicable ASTM test methods. Test results from finished products may not duplicate the values obtained from standard test films.
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Classification System for Thermoplastic Elastomers

2005-10-10
HISTORICAL
J2558_200510
This SAE Standard provides a system for specifying significant material properties of thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in automotive applications. NOTE 1—For the purposes of this document a TPE is defined as a polymeric material that, without further chemical modifications, is capable of recovering from deformations quickly and forcibly and is also capable of being repeatedly softened by heating and hardened by cooling within a temperature range characteristic of the material. NOTE 2—When the TPE product is to be used for purposes where the requirements are too specific to be completely prescribed by this classification system, it is necessary for the purchaser to consult the supplier in advance to establish the appropriate properties, test methods, and specification test limits.
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Classification System for Thermoplastic Elastomers

2014-10-27
CURRENT
J2558_201410
This SAE Standard provides a system for specifying significant material properties of thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in automotive applications. NOTE 1—For the purposes of this document a TPE is defined as a polymeric material that, without further chemical modifications, is capable of recovering from deformations quickly and forcibly and is also capable of being repeatedly softened by heating and hardened by cooling within a temperature range characteristic of the material. NOTE 2—When the TPE product is to be used for purposes where the requirements are too specific to be completely prescribed by this classification system, it is necessary for the purchaser to consult the supplier in advance to establish the appropriate properties, test methods, and specification test limits.
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Classification Systems for Thermoplastic Elastomers

2002-04-04
HISTORICAL
J2558_200204
This SAE Standard provides a system for specifying significant material properties of thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in automotive applications. NOTE 1 -- For the purposes of this document a TPE is defined as a polymeric material that, without further chemical modifications, is capable of recovering from deformations quickly and forcibly and is also capable of being repeatedly softened by heating and hardened by cooling within a temperature range characteristic of the material. NOTE 2 -- When the TPE product is to be used for purposes where the requirements are too specific to be completely prescribed by this classification system, it is necessary for the purchaser to consult the supplier in advance to establish the appropriate properties, test methods, and specification test limits.
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Marking of Rubber Parts

2013-07-09
CURRENT
J2332_201307
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a system for marking thermoset rubber parts to designate the general type of material from which the part was fabricated.
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Marking of Rubber Parts

1997-04-01
HISTORICAL
J2332_199704
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a system for marking thermoset rubber parts to designate the general type of material from which the part was fabricated. The purpose of this document is to provide information to facilitate the: a. selection of materials and procedures for rubber parts; and b. collection and handling of parts for subsequent recycling.
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Thermoset Elastomer Specification System

2014-06-27
CURRENT
J2884_201406
This document provides a method/procedure for specifying the properties of vulcanized elastomeric materials (natural rubber or synthetic rubbers, alone or in combination) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in rubber products for automotive applications. This document covers materials that do not contain any re-use; recycled; or regrind materials unless otherwise agreed to by manufacturer and end user. The use of such materials, including maximum % must be specified using a “Z” suffix. This classification system covers thermoset High Consistency Elastomers (HCE’s) only. Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) materials are classified using SAE J2558. Silicone Formed In Place Gasket (FIPG) systems such as Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) Silicones, and Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) systems are classified using ASTM F 2468.
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Thermoset Elastomer Specification System

2009-09-10
HISTORICAL
J2884_200909
This document provides a method/ procedure for specifying the properties of vulcanized elastomeric materials (natural rubber or synthetic rubbers, alone or in combination) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in rubber products for automotive applications. This document covers materials that do not contain any re-use; recycled; or regrind materials unless otherwise agreed to by manufacturer and end user. The use of such materials, including maximum % must be specified using a “Z” suffix. This classification system covers thermoset High Consistency Elastomers (HCE’s) only. Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) materials are classified using SAE J2558. Silicone Formed In Place Gasket (FIPG) systems such as Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) Silicones, and Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) systems are classified using ASTM F2468.
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